How to Find Your Ideal Travel Partner (Major Key for a Happy, Affordable Trip!}

Posted On Monday, May 2nd, 2016
Filed Under: Travel on a Dime

Have you ever been miserable or just annoyed on what could have been an awesome vacation? Yeah, maybe you have and it may have been due to the fact you chose the wrong travel partner.

How to Find Your Ideal Travel Partner (Major Key for a Happy, Affordable Trip!}

Picking the right travel buddy can lead to an enjoyable trip, but also help cut costs. Here’s what you should keep in mind when finding the right person to travel with.

Travel on a Dime: How to Easily Save Up for Your Next Vacation

Posted On Wednesday, November 18th, 2015
Filed Under: Travel on a Dime

Why does seeing the world have to be so expensive? It doesn’t!
Earlier this year I made a point to work smarter, not harder and finally start traveling again. And that’s exactly what I did. From Belize to Jamaica and up next, Kenya, I stuck to my promise. Do I have a ton of money? Absolutely not! But I use a few methods to save up for traveling so when I return home, I’m not broke. It’s all about saving a trip at a time and being strategic about booking flights.

Making the Most of Your All Inclusive Resort {How to Save & Still Explore}

Posted On Monday, November 2nd, 2015
Filed Under: Travel on a Dime

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Last month I had an amazing trip to Jamaica but I almost didn’t go! My friend wanted to do an all inclusive trip but I was afraid the experience would be too limiting. I’m the type of traveler who likes to get out, explore and eat like the locals. So would an all inclusive resort be for me?

It was! We stayed at the Riu Palace Tropical Bay in Negril and it was so much fun. If you’re interested in an all inclusive trip, check out the tips below.

7 Ways for Women to Save, Have Fun and Be Safe When Traveling Alone

Posted On Monday, September 21st, 2015
Filed Under: Travel on a Dime

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If I had a dollar for every time I heard a woman say, “I’d go but I don’t want to travel alone” or “don’t you get bored when you travel by yourself?!,” I would be able to afford a round trip ticket to London. First class.
As an only child, I’m used to, and even like, doing things alone but I understand everyone isn’t that way. And traveling with yourself as a woman can be a bit scary for some. However, taking a trip around the world or even a short weekend jaunt can be rewarding and full of memories, even if you’re rolling solo.
Check out some tips for solo women travelers. These are ways to stay safe, have fun, and of course, on a budget.